Colon Hydrotherapy, also known as Colonic Irrigation is a gentle internal bath that helps cleanse the colon of toxins, gas, mucoprotein build up and accumulated faecal matter caused by stress, inadequate diet and other factors associated with our modern busy lifestyle. 

Many people now suffer from frequent bouts of constipation, a feeling of being run down and a general lethargy when doing the common and everyday tasks in life

Through a combination of filtered water gently placed into and then gradually pulsated through the colon Colonic Hydrotherapy works to re-hydrate the colon, soften the stools and to remove the toxins and faecal matter adhering to the wall of the bowel. Additionally, the water pulsations also help to strengthen the bowel and encourage better long term peristaltic (wave like contraction) action and increasing the efficiency of ongoing bowel movements

The major reported benefits of Colonic Hydrotherapy include an increased sense of wellbeing and cleanliness, heightened state of mental alertness, renewed energy, improved digestion, decreased bloating and a drop in the frequency of constipation.

These benefits are in addition to the primary purpose of Colon Hydrotherapy which is to rid the body of unwanted toxins and faecal material.

Frequent asked Questions

Colon Hydrotherapy, a Colonic or Colonic Irrigation?

Colon Hydrotherapy, Colonic and Colonic Irrigation are all terms for the internal bathing of the colon, stimulation of the bowel and removal of unwanted material via the introduction of filtered, pulsating water. 

What does a first visit involve?

For your first visit an in-depth client case history will be taken. This generally takes about fifteen minutes. The colonic itself will follow directly afterwards. After putting on a surgical gown and lying down on the colonic table the attendant will then commence the treatment, a procedure taking approximately 40 to 45 minutes. The attendant will remain with you during this time.

Do I need to do anything to prepare for the first session? E.g. fasting

No. Come as you are.  In analysing your case history the attendant will work with you to make a thorough assessment in regards to your digestive system and how your bodies absorbing nutrients.

How many treatments are needed?

Usually a series of four weekly treatments dependant on how severe your issues are?  Some people need three, others may need four and some as many as five treatments. An assessment is made based on each individual’s unique issues and requirements.


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